Can Your Vagina Be “Depressed “? Here’s Everything You Need To Know About A Depressed Vagina.

Yes, a depressed vagina is a real thing and it affects roughly 16 per cent of women, mostly between the ages of 18 and 25.

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It is used by some to describe an incredibly painful medical condition known as vulvodynia.

It’s called “depressed vagina” because of the most common form of treatment: a mild dosage of anti-depressants.

Even though it isn’t well known it’s a common problem which is usually misdiagnosed and was largely regarded as a problem that only existed in a woman’s mind and the women labelled as psychologically disturbed.

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It’s a health issue that needs to be looked at because it tends to affect women physically, mentally and emotionally.

It itches

Because of this symptom, people often misdiagnose it as a yeast infection. The difference is the discharge you see. A thick, cheesy discharge with an intense itching is usually a yeast infection, while a thin discharge with a fishy smell will frequently be a bacterial vaginosis infection. If there is no discharge or odour, usually there is no need to treat with an antifungal or antibacterial cream/treatment.

It’s sore

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It may be a general aching throughout the day, or a more acute throbbing pain brought on by sex that lasts for several hours afterwards.

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This pain could flair when the vagina is touched—such as during sex or when putting in a tampon—or simply when a woman is sitting down.

If these symptoms sound too familiar to you, it’s time to get it checked out.

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